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Now this is outstanding! - Samsung and official CM7 support

7th June 2011, 04:28 AM   |  #1  
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According to this article, Samsung might be well on its way to using CyanogenMOD 7 on its smartphones. I use a custom CM7 on my HD2 and love it. It can only be a good thing for Samsung phones.

http://pocketnow.com/android/cyanoge...nks-to-samsung
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7th June 2011, 04:40 AM   |  #2  
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Interesting and very cool! Hopefully others will follow...
7th June 2011, 04:52 AM   |  #3  
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i would definitly buy samsung if they used cm as stock it would make modding so easy
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Wow. Just goes to show that CM is amazing. Congrats on the recognition you all!
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wow, really nice!
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Worth to write about it, thanks!
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I think people are taking this the wrong way. Rather than Samsung selling the phone with CM7 preloaded they are simply encouraging the community to support it with custom ROMs...in this case Cyanogenmod.

Am I wrong?
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Originally Posted by DirkGently1

I think people are taking this the wrong way. Rather than Samsung selling the phone with CM7 preloaded they are simply encouraging the community to support it with custom ROMs...in this case Cyanogenmod.

Am I wrong?

That's exactly what they want.The guy who mentioned Samsung phones selling with CM just meant that he wishes it'd be so.
At least I think so...
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good news for sure

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Originally Posted by DirkGently1

I think people are taking this the wrong way.

Exactly.
They gave one guy a free phone, they're not officially supporting CyanogenMod.


Call my cynical but I think this is just a shrewd piece of marketing.
It curries favour with people who have an interest in modding and will probably boost sales of the Galaxy S2 in such circles, especially with those who are firm CM fans.

It's no different to giving away freebies to 'celebs', except this might actually boost sales for them.

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